Highly Drug-Resistant Pathogens Implicated In Burn-Associated Bacteremia in an Iraqi Burn Care Unit
Khoury, Marwan N
Murphy, Richard A
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AbstractIn low- and middle-income countries, bloodstream infections are an important cause of mortality in patients with burns. Increasingly implicated in burn-associated infections are highly drug-resistant pathogens with limited treatment options. We describe the epidemiology of bloodstream infections in patients with burns in a humanitarian surgery project in Iraq.
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